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tuesday? is mitt romney a front runner? >> mitt romney is still the odds on favorite to win the nomination. but he's not the first choice of the most conservative wing of the party. that's pretty obvious right now. to say that, david, is not to say he's an unacceptable choice to those voters. they're going to go through every other alternative first before settling on him if they end up settling. >> one thing that struck me is in each contest so far as highly as the economy ranks as an issue, the biggest factor is still who can beat president obama. and the advantage is still clearly with romney there. >> it is. he's got the largest organization. he's got the most money. and while social media is really important these days, it's no substitute for organization and money as you go into super tuesday organization and money become relatively more important. he's still got to fight to win the nomination. >> how do you see it? what kind of fight does he have on his hands? >> right now he's in a considerable fight in order to win the primary. if he doesn't win ohio, he's going to be back in trou
to be quiet. >> speaking of that, here you have mitt romney you advised a candidate for president. >> yes, let me say, not the candidates, i mean within the administration. we hear too many whispers of military option may not be a good one or there are consequences. the president of the united states has spoken he believes he has a military option. the iranians need to think that and we need to stop with the mixed messages on whether that's really a military option. >> when mitt romney says if he's president iran women not have a nuclear weapon. if barack obama gets a second term, they will have a nuclear weapon. is that a potential statement? >> all kinds of things are said in campaigns and then you get in the oval office and you see how hard it is. i believe no president of the united states, current or future, can allow the iranians to get a nuclear weapon. that's the message we need to send across administrations and party lines so the iranians hear it loud and clear. it might when they hear that loud and clear, they might take the ever narrowing path to a diplomatic solution. we'll come b
? >> romney, pawlenty. >> who can we win with? >> none of them. >> none of them? >> john, obama just changed the entire dynamic. >> it is a changed year, sir. we desperately need a game changing pick. none of these middle-aged white guys are game changers. >> the game changing moment is the pivotal moment from that clip. again, journalistically she changed the game but how negativity did she change it in obama's favor. >> the real story of what happened. we covered this campaign in real time. we said to ourselves, there's lots of things we don't know that we need to go back almost archaeology and figure out what happened. there was a rough sense at the time that senator mccain had done this at the last minute without due diligence. we tried to recreate. why did he turn to her because other options looked like they would fall short. the pick could have been more successful than it was. she did raise a lot of money. she did draw a huge crowd. she caused the republican ticket to pull even for a time. energize the base. she did a lot. it was that rush of vetting her but also not having the time
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